Newly released behind-the-scenes personas present Jared Leto preparing to film the upcoming Marvel film, Morbius. Following Venom and its sequel,Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Morbius will be the third film in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, which focuses on Marvel Comics characters associated with Spider-Man. Directed by Daniel Espinosa, the director of Safe House, Morbius idols Leto as the deed reference. The film is produced by Columbia Pictures in association with Marvel and is set to premiere on April 4, 2022.

Morbius tells the story of one of Marvel’s most conflicted antiheroes, Dr. Michael Morbius. Morbius’ desperate attempts to cure his rare blood disease twist the man into the Living Vampire who must contend with the misery he has awoken within himself. The upcoming film will also feature Adria Arjona as Martine Bancroft, Morbius’ fiancee, Matt Smith as Milo, the film’s main antagonist, and a reworking of Morbius’s friend Loxias Crown, who shares the same illnes, as well as Tyrese Gibson and Al Madrigal as Simon Stroud and Roberto Rodriguez, two FBI agents hunting Morbius after his monster conversion. Additionally, Michael Keaton is reprising his character fromSpider-Man: Homecoming as the Vulture.

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After the final Morbius trailer quitted recently, Sony liberated a new specify of idols to promote the film. The new portrait set includes three stills from the movie and four behind-the-scenes shots of the cast and superintendent preparing to film Morbius. Check out all of the brand-new idols below 😛 TAGEND

Morbius’ production faced countless disappointments since the movie was announced in 2018. Like many movies secreted recently, the shed and crew of Morbius considered creation stalls due to the Covid-1 9 pandemic, and Morbius’ release date was pushed back several times to accommodate the pandemic. Thankfully for those who have been waiting to see the Living Vampire take to the big screen since a Morbius cameo was first teased for Blade in 1998, these new BTS photos generate further confirmation that Morbius is finally happening.

Although the presence of Keaton’s Vulture in Morbius appears to be a crossover to the MCU, it seems clear from this new set of personas that the movie will focus more on Morbius’ origin journey as the Living Vampire rather than how the specific characteristics might is attached to others from Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. That tell me anything, Sony is expecting to release a Kraven the Hunter film starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson next year and is developing various other movies within its universe, so there will be plenty of opportunities for Morbius to crossover. Followers will have to wait until Morbius premieres in April to see whether or not the film sets up any of those future crossovers.

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